For his final student project presented last month at Rice University, Viktor Ramos produced The Continuous Enclave: Strategies in Bypass Urbanism.
[Image: From The Continuous Enclave: Strategies in Bypass Urbanism by Viktor Ramos; view larger].
The project explores how new forms of habitable infrastructure might be extrapolated from a geopolitical agreement – in this case, materializing architectural form from the legal interstices of the Oslo Accords.
The result is a fantastic example of architectural speculation: genuinely massive – and impossibly cantilevered – bridges used as transport links, aerial housing, and skyborne agricultural complexes, all in one.
[Image: From The Continuous Enclave: Strategies in Bypass Urbanism by Viktor Ramos].